´¯`•. _ July 05, 2016

Finding my Place – Part 1 of 5 Prophecy Posts

I’ve been very lost.  Just… confessing that up front.  Since 2010, I’d lost my way.  And as a result I haven’t really written much from a prophetic perspective.  I can’t write if I’m not shown things, and I haven’t been shown things.

But suddenly, it seems as though I’m seeing things that I should say something about.  And I’ve gone digging, as a result, to see there was any further information about.  Because I’m beginning to think that things didn’t just *stop* while I wasn’t writing… and I’ve missed a lot.  As in… maybe we’re not in the Trump judgments.  Maybe we’re about to start the Vial judgments.  Maybe.

Here’s why I wonder:  the weather changes.  The increase in fires.  The heating of the oceans by the still-streaming radiation from Japan.  And now this video that I posted  last week says that all of the polar ice could be gone as early as September.  Sixty-two percent of the earth’s freshwater is in the arctic and antarctic ices… so if it’s gone?  That’s 2/3rds of the freshwater, not a third.  The trump judgments remove 1/3rd of everything.  The vial judgments remove 2/3rds.  So are we on the cusp of the Trumps, or the Vials?  I had to know.

It’s been years since the Seal judgments.  Seal six and seven were 2010… the last time that there was an entire week of no sunspots, according to the SpaceWeather article I also posted last week.  That’s why it was so noteworthy, and I had to share the article on it.  So then… what exactly are we looking to see happen?  If we’re headed toward the Vials, when did the Trumps happen?  Can we look back and see?  It should be there, right?

First, let’s look at the Trumpet line-up:

  1. Seven trumpets and a censer given to angels (unseen on earth)
  2. Censer thrown to earth: voices, lightning, thunder, earthquake.
  3. Angels prepare to sound
  4. Trumpet one: 1/3 of vegetation destroyed by ‘hail’ of ‘fire’.
  5.  Trumpet two: 1/3 of saltwater destroyed by ‘mountain’ of ‘fire’
  6. Trumpet three: 1/3 of freshwater ‘bittered’ by ‘great falling star’
  7. Trumpet four:  1/3 of Sun/moon/stars ‘darkened’
  8. Trumpet five:  ‘star’ given ‘key’ – ‘locust’ army (5 months torment)
  9. Trumpet six:  4 angels from ‘Euphrates’ slay 1/3 part of man
  10. Trumpet seven: heaven opens/massive earthquake

Now the first I’ve already marked unseen, but included… because the angels and their gifts wouldn’t be there if they weren’t significant.  And if that significance has a time span attached to it, I can’t just ‘jump’ it, y’know?  Number two, though, has an earthquake attached to it.  Now that’s something we would see.  Were there any earthquakes after 2010 that were seriously significant?  Of course:  Honshu, Japan of 3/11/2011.  You know, Fukushima?  It was a whopping 9.0 on the Richter.

[NoTe:  I wrote about the censer once before, in this post.  In it, I suggested a CME.  CMEs cause massive pressure upon the earth… that would definitely reap Fukushima.  I just didn’t go into the earthquake/ramifications on US in that post.]

Let’s talk about Fukushima, for a moment.  The ramifications thereof, anyhow.  First, you will find NO information on any definite statistics after 2011.  Its been five years, and the only sites with information are weirdos like ‘Infowars’ or ‘Planet Conspiracy’ or ‘Enlightenment & Earth’ or stuff like that.  It’s not there – the media has covered it all up, or made the links have expired.  But there are things that we know:  Radiation of that magnitude effects the temperature of the ocean and air.  After all, it’s been five years, and it’s still spilling into the ocean.  We know that it has put the hurt to the life in the Pacific.  Which, by the way, is 48% of the world’s ocean water… except that up until last week, it didn’t cross currents into the lower portion of the Pacific Ocean… so the radiation effected closer to one third of the earth’s saltwater.

But that’s putting trump two before trump one:  we need 1/3rd of the earth’s forest burned up, first.  Did it happen?  It did.



…2012 has proven to be the most severe wildfire season Russia has faced in a decade. …most of the fires in 2012 have burned through taiga in remote parts of easter and central Siberia.

On September 11, 2012, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image of fires burning in Tomsk, a region of south central Siberia where severe wildfires have burned throughout the summer.  …More than 17,000 wildfires had burned more than (74 million acres) through August 2012, according to researchers at the Sukachev Institute of Forest in the Russian Academy of Sciences.

In September 2012, Wiedinmyer used her model to calculate Russian fire emissions for every year dating back to 2002. She found that the amount of carbon monoxide produced in 2012 was [more than double the average].



2012 – Of the 186 wildfires in the Northwest Territories to-date this year, 156 of them are currently burning. That includes the Birch Creek Fire complex, which stretches over 250,000 acres.  The amount of acres burned in the Northwest Territories is six times greater than the 25-year average to-date according to data from the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Center.

Boreal forests like those in the Northwest Territories are burning at rates “unprecedentedin the past 10,000 years according to the authors of a study put out last year. The northern reaches of the globe are warming at twice the rate as areas closer to the equator, and those hotter conditions are contributing to more widespread burns.

The combined boreal forests of Canada, Europe, Russia and Alaska, account for 30 percent of the world’s carbon stored in land, carbon that’s taken up to centuries to store. Forest fires like those currently raging in the Northwest Territories, as well as ones in 2012 and 2013 in Russia, can release that stored carbon into the atmosphere and contribute to global warming. Warmer temperatures can in turn create a feedback loop, priming forests for wildfires that release more carbon into the atmosphere and cause more warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s landmark climate report released earlier this year indicates that for every 1.8 degree Fahrenheit rise in temperatures, wildfire activity is expected to double.

In addition, soot from forest fires can also darken ice in the Arctic and melt it faster. The 2012 fires in Siberia released so much soot that they helped create a shocking melt of Greenland’s ice sheet. Over the course of a few weeks in July that year, 95 percent of the surface melted. That could become a yearly occurrence by 2100 if temperatures continue to rise along with wildfire activity.

Forest in other parts of the globe are also feeling the effects of climate change. In the western U.S., wildfire season has lengthened by 75 days compared to 40 years ago. Additionally, rising temperatures and shrinking snowpack have helped drive an increase in the number of large forest fires. In Australia, fire danger is also increasing, if not the total number of fires, due to a similar trend of hotter, dryer weather.

Did you catch that?  Russia, Canada, Europe and Alaska (which also has been/is burning) make up 30% of the forests.  Only instead of Europe, we can add the Western portion of the USA (which actually has more forest, just not boreal-only)… and that takes us up to our 30% of forests, burned in 2012, and since.  Here’s a map of the world’s forests.  Brazil is taking out their trees on their own.  But the other third?  Russia, the US, and Canada.  It fits, and it’s happening.

Moving on to Trumpet two… Giving Fukushima two years to inundate the Pacific, that puts a 30% saltwater saturation in 2012.

After that, we have Trumpet three:  1/3rd of the freshwater made ‘bitter’.  That’s our melt-off of the polar icecaps.  I could go and find the statistics for you, but really… if you want to see them, you could research it as well as I.  And it’s not like we haven’t all read about the melting polar regions, by now.  Did they reach 30% loss?  Yes, they did.



Multi-year sea ice hit its record minimum extent in the winter of 2008. That is when it was reduced to about 55 percent of its average extent since the late 1970s, when satellite measurements of the ice cap began. Multi-year sea ice then recovered slightly in the three following years, ultimately reaching an extent 34 percent larger than in 2008, but it dipped again in winter of 2012, to its second lowest extent ever.

Comiso compared the evolution of the extent and area of multi-year ice over time, and confirmed that its decline has accelerated during the last decade, in part because of the dramatic decreases of 2008 and 2012.

Yup.  That’s about 30% by 2012, too. Because I know you like graphics:
I realize this is only the first three trumpets, but this is long, and while I’ve written a LOT more (and got SERIOUSLY excited!!!!)… we have to make this a ‘to be continued’ post….

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